Professori Aino Kianto

E-mail: Aino.Kianto@lut.fi
ORCID ID: 0000-0001-7173-3525 (Go to ORCID profile)
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Uploaded on: 11/01/2019

Current Organisation
Knowledge Management, TIJO / Lahti (Superior organisation: LUT School of Business and Management)

Biography
Aino Kianto is a Professor of Knowledge Management and the Academic Director of the Master Programme in Knowledge Management and Leadership in LUT School of Business and Management. Her research interests include knowledge management, intellectual capital, organizational renewal and creativity. Her research on these topics has been published widely (e.g. in Journal of Knowledge Management, Journal of Intellectual Capital, Journal of Business Research, R&D Management, Human Resource Management Journal, and Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal) and acknowledged with several international awards. She is the Associate Editor of VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, and is a member of the editorial board in three other journals (Knowledge Management Research & Practice; Journal of Intellectual Capital; International Journal of Knowledge and Systems Science).

Research Interest
Knowledge management, knowledge processes, intellectual capital, creativity, innovation, organizational renewal

Teaching Experience
Extensive experience of teaching university courses at the bachelor, master and doctoral level in Finland and abroad since 2001.

Projects as Principal Investigator



Publications
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What Can Knowledge-Creating Organisations Learn from Theatrical Improvisation? (2019)
A3 Book section, chapters in research books
Nisula Anna-Maija, Kianto Aino, Andreeva Tatiana
Knowledge Management, Arts and Humanities. Interdisciplinary Approaches and the Benefits of Collaboration.
Work Engagement Across Different Generations in Finland: A Qualitative Study of Boomers, Yers and Xers (2019)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Suomäki Anu, Kianto Aino, Vanhala Mika
Knowledge and Process Management
A critical comparison of two creativity methods for fostering participatory innovation: Implications to improve TRIZ (2018)
A3 Book section, chapters in research books
Nisula Anna-Maija, Kianto Aino
Advances and Impacts of the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (1st ed. 2018) The TRIZ Methodology, Tools and Case Studies
Best knowledge-based human resource management practices: findings from Finnish firms (2018)
A4 Conference proceedings
Hussinki Henri, Kianto Aino, Adibe Pia
ECKM 2018 - Proceedings of the 19th European Conference on Knowledge Management
Does country context matter in the relationship between intellectual capital and innovation? (2018)
A4 Conference proceedings
Andreeva Tatiana, Saenz Josune, Aramburu Nekane, et al.
Academy of Management Proceedings
Happy Employees Make Happy Customers: The Role of Intellectual Capital in Supporting Sustainable Value Creation in Organizations (2018)
A3 Book section, chapters in research books
Hussinki Henri, Kianto Aino, Vanhala Mika, et al.
Intellectual Capital Management as a Driver of Sustainability: Perspectives for Organizations and Society
How can knowledge management enhance organizational learning and customer value? The moderating role of technology level (2018)
A4 Conference proceedings
Saenz Josune, Kianto Aino, Aramburu Nekane
Societal Impact of Knowledge and Design : Proceedings IFKAD 2018
IT practices, intellectual capital and organizational performance (2018)
A4 Conference proceedings
Cabrilo Sladjana, Kianto Aino, Dahms Sven
ECKM 2018 Proceedings of the 19th European Conference on Knowledge Management



Keywords
Innovation Management
Intellectual Capital
Knowledge-based view of the firm
Knowledge Management

Last updated on 2019-11-01 at 04:02